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crazy over thinks new google glasses they want to test out. apparently now you can get into some sort of lottery, but it will cost you $1500? >> it is going to cost you, but it is super, super cool. google released a video yesterday. it gives you a glimpse of how it feels to wear these glasses. they're reality-augmenting headgear. i think that's the official way to describe them. a hands-free device, and activated when you say the catchphrase "okay glass" those unlock a number of functions from voice-activated image searches, even transcribed your pentagon words and send, so i can say hi chris, and you can say "okay glass" hang out with chris and it starts a google video call, and it also shows your friends that you're hanging out with exactly what you're seeing. >> that was you on the trapeze and you said call chris, then i could see you doing the trapeze? >> the catch is you have to plunk down $1500 to test the new technology. my bet is people will do that. >> jane jetson i meant to say. mandy drury, thank you so much. >>> which states have the happiest people tweeting? the universi
fun for people as they're getting up here. tech news. google getting into the touchscreen computer business. apple, i mean, reading about what this new product might be actually gets me excited about wearing something on my wrist for a change. >> yeah, brian, i can see it's all very buck rogers, having a computer that's a bracelet, that's a watch. it is very exciting. according to various sources, a patent application has been published for an advanced wearable computer in the form of a bracelet that could double as a watch. i think that's you all over. google, in the meantime, have unveiled the pixel, costing $1299 for a wi-fi version only. it's touchscreen as well. it's very interesting when you look at those two stories and compare what hewlett-packard is doing. okay numbers, but people are giving up on the pc market and perhaps going for the bracelets. >> i'm just waiting for the star trek power so i can get beamed to london at 5:00 p.m. and have a pint with you. have a great weekend, steve. >>> as always, we want to know why you're awake. we know why we're awake, because we ha
globe. sony unveiled the next playstati playstation. google has released a doesying new video the company is in talks with warby parker. >>> this honey press release from senator chuck schumer -- >>> and finally, here's a sweet deal, the cottage where the boss wrote "born to run" could be yours for $349,000. one block from the jersey shore. >>> coming up -- a first of its kind at the nfl tryouts. >>> plus, this is how one representative reacts to new legislation he opposes. we'll show you more and you guess what it is about. any ideas? coming up on "first look." rs bl♪ ♪ feed the senses. a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin, and made a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but not anymore. bob's doctor recommended a different option: once-a-day xarelto®. xarelto® is the first and only once-a-day pr
the fact that they couldn't get a photo of tiger woods that they didn't google the other two guys that he was golfing with. >> right. they didn't mention it. they didn't google it. it doesn't matter. they're not complaining about golfing with oil men. they're complaining about golfing with a celebrity and that they didn't get their time to ask tying area few questions. >> all right. two days ago senator marco rubio said the president's plan on immigration was dead on arrival. the president today reached out to several senators, including senator rubio. both sides have released statements saying they are committed to a bipartisan commission and they agree there is progress. joan, what is going on here? these statements are very diplomatic given the statements telephone last few days. we have gone from dead on a rival to these guys talking to one another. what does it say about the president reaching out to senator rubio? >> well, it seems like it helped. and it is also clear there had been staff communications all along that the president is not doing this in a vacuum, and that they know t
and google among others. isn't this an indication that they were seeking to steal intellectual property that the chinese might then reproduce and there by undermine american products? >> yes. it seems to be a combination of motives here. one seems to be purely political, that is hacking "the new york times," "watshington post" computers. going into google. some is purely commercial. for example, coca-cola was in the middle of a gigantic takeover bid a couple of years ago in china that fell apart in the last minute probably because of some of the secrets were stolen. some of it is long-term commercial like going into the boeing and ge and technological accounts and so it's a multi-fronting and probably multi-source effort from china and other sources. >> outgoing secretary of defense leon panetta said this recently. take a listen. >> the collective result of these kinds of attacks could be a cyber pearl harbor. an attack that would cause physical destruction and the loss of life. an attack that would paralyze and shock the nation. and create a new profound sense of vulnerability. >> jame
is use the google. >> the gop's astonishingly bad message. >> where is the president's plan. >> you know, where is his plan? >> then put your little hand in mine. >> where are the other ideas? there was never any plan from the white house. >> put something on the table. >> can you explain the john boehner message? >> republicans are not willing to budget. >> the ideology blinds them. >> the sequester is coming. >> a self-manufactured crisis. >> the republicans consider the sequester leverage. >> rick scott is realizing what a lot of other republican governors are realizing. >> i bet you wonder, where have i seen that guy before. >> we're not going to implement this medicaid expansion. >> rick scott will expand medicaid. >> he is joining a group that clouds jan brewer. >> gop governors accepting the law. >> also about the power of free federal money. >> this will be devastating for patients. >> this will be the biggest job killer ever. >> i know there will be a lot of discussion today about the politics of this, about who won and lost. >> obama care is the law of the land. >> when we look
to them you're going to be isolated. you're not going to get the advantages of the internet and google and eric schmidt, the ceo of google was with me who was treated like a rock star there. so what's happening is what the north koreans did was basically send a signal that they're going to continue to be isolated and they're picking weapons of development over economic development and that's unfortunate. >> the white house issued a statement exactly to your point saying we have warned north korea about the damaging consequences, the further isolation that's caused by the failure to live up to international obligation. each time we see one of these nuclear tests, it further isolates the country of north korea. as you well know, even china told them not to go ahead with another test, so i guess what more sanctions do anything? what can the u.n., the international community do? >> well, there has to be a pay back for what north korea just did with this underground nuclear test. yes, more sanctions, but the key is going to be china china really has not done as much as they should in terms
because you used the word "also." it's not that he also has done google hangouts and reddit and "the view" and so forth. he's not doing "the new york times" or "the washington post" or the huffington post or anyone else. >> or "the cycle." >> or "the cycle." >> how dare he. >> he's using the available technology. and he's using the social media kill th skill that they began to develop that his first campaign to essentially do a work-around of what's left of the washington press corps. it's true that the washington press corps, in general and the white house in particular don't have the clout that they used to have. the president isn't required to deal with them the way he used to be to get his message out to the country. through facebook, through twitter, through reddit, through the white house website, through youtube. they can get to the american people on their own. and this is the first administration to fully do that. and i don't think the press corps, what used to be called the national press corps, has figured out how to deal with it yet. >> i think that's the interesting point. th
manufactured problem that slows our recovery. >> let's bring in our wednesday google. from the new york times, and anchor of once inside city haul, eric lewis. you guys watch washington from here. we are on our fifth budget crisis since republicans took control of the house. at what point does the public stop listening in washington? my sense says, boy, i just think it public is saying, you guys keep crying wolf, whatever reference, it's over and over again. >> you're right. people have tuned out. i think those that have worked for the federal government -- >> they're the pawns in this. >> they're paying attention about which agencies, so if you're middle management and up in the federal government, this is on your radar screen, but as your guests point out a few minutes, the dows are at highs. these are very broad economic indicators, and it indicates that people, if they're voting with their dollars or their brain share, they're paying more attention to the academy awards and wall street. >> and nancy, i'm cynical to this because i've what's been marked the two deadlines coming up in march.
. >> the google. >> absolutely. so we're going to talk a little bit about this news overseas. this oscar pistorius story keeps getting more strange. he's back in a south african court this morning as prosecutors lay out their case in the alleged murder of his girlfriend. prosecutors revealed that witnesses heard screaming and fighting coming from the house for about an hour before the shooting. police say a key piece of forensic evidence will be the angle from which the bullets were fired at miss steenkamp. prosecutors say pistorius put on his prosthetic legs and walked about 20 feet before shooting and killing reason that steenkamp who was locked in his bathroom. pistorius said he was not wearing his prosthetic legs at the time. investigators say it looks like the bullets were fired the aa downward angle, putting that part of the track star's story in some question. pistorius who sobbed in court on tuesday says he thought an intruder managed to get into the house, and they had no intention to keel steenkamp who he says died in his arms. his defense team is asking for bail so pistorius can avoid w
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to isolate other members based on key words expressed in their public profiles. think of it like google for social networking. anyway, when he checked it out, "time" magazine's joel stein found a liberal who appreciate's rush limbaugh's opinions, a mother and gun control advocate who also likes the nra and a p.e.t.a. supporter who enjoys bacon and owns a vintage fur coat. what do these anecdotes tell us? perhaps maybe america isn't quite as divided as washington would have us all believe. then again, maybe we are. well, i think in general -- next topic. no. i mean, i do think most americans are able to see sort of both sides of an argument. and it is the rare person who believes in the ideal logically pure version. i think on gay rights we have moved in the direction of greater equality. but on some things like abortion and guns, i don't know that we have shifted so much as the political terrain and the way we're debating issues has shifted. typically, whichever party seems like it's further out on the extremes is the one losing the debate. so back when the abortion debate was more abou
in terms of chuck hagel. as the white house said, president obama, during a google plus hangout said they're running out of questions to ask. that's the position of this administration. and as given from what we heard from john mccain and from others on the sunday shows, it appears that as best possible, they've asked the questions that they want. they may be dissatisfied with the answers. but as mccain noted, they don't intend to hold up this confirm medication much longer. >> nbc's peter alexander, thanks so much. appreciate it. >>> come up, marriage equality supporters in illinois have declared a hurdle after a state senate approved a same-sex marriage bill. but the issue heads to the divided house. we'll take a closer look raging in the land of lincoln. >>> first, a lot going on today. here are some of the things we thought you should know. former secretary of state and potential 2016 democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton is joining the lucrative speaker circuit. the harry walker agency confirms it will be representing her. it already represents her husband. meanwhile, pol
in making wild accusations, but he's got nothing to back it up. here is president obama in this google town hall he had last week. the president was talking about benghazi last thursday. now, do you think there is a cover-up after you listen to this? here it is. >> we've had more testimony and more paper provided to congress than ever before. and congress is sort of running out of things to ask. >> like 10,000 pages. let's turn to colonel lawrence wilkerson, former chief of staff for the state department during general colin powell's term, and currently a distinguished visiting professor of government and public policy at the college of william & mary. colonel, good to have you with us tonight. >> good to be here, ed. >> you bet. senators graham tanked susan rice. they have filibusters chuck hagel over benghazi. and now mccain still claims there is a massive cover-up. what is going on here? >> i think what is going on is a bit strange, just as you've implied. let me tell you where i was on friday. i was out at the new naval complex, the bethesda walter reed medical complex, visiting with wo
on the day. the s&p 500 rose 11 and the nasdaq finished up 21 with google shares now over $800. they rose nearly $14 today getting that mark for the first time. as for the economy, home builder sentiment slipped this month while a gain was expected. and after the closing bell, dell reported earnings of revenue that exceeded estimates. the stock is slightly higher after hours. that's it from cnbc, we're first in business worldwide. now back to "hardball." ♪ >>> more recently i have experienced how none of us go through life without mistakes, but in their wake we can learn a lot about grace, a god of second chances, and be the better for it. in that light i humble bistep forward and ask for your help in changing washington. i'm mark sanford, and i approve this message. >> welcome back to "hardball." that's former south carolina governor mark sanford who is trying to resurrect his political career with a bid to fill the open house seat in south carolina's first congressional district. to refresh your memory about this mistake he references in the ad here is a clip from his famous june 2009
and at a google plus hangout. and the gun questions, before, those were from parents magazine readers via their facebook page. the professional press core plays an important role. no matter how you feel about the beltway media, you want the president and the vice president to get grilled by professional reporters answering to professional editors operating in the proud tradition of the free and professional press that is good for the country. that is as good for the country as any other check and balance that we have for the nation. but as the white house press corps pines for more access, there is a thing that we're getting more and more of that we haven't had since whenever the last time was that presidents mingled among us without intermediaries, if there ever was that time. multiple repeated forums where regular citizens get to ask direct questions of the president or the vice president in a setting where you actually can expect an answer. it's not journalism. it is not a substitute for journalism. but there is something important i think to be found in the distance between the types
, twitter, google, bank of america, burger king, "the new york times," jpmorgan chase, "the wall street journal," and the federal reserve have all been hacked. most of the recent cyber attacks can be traced back to a chinese military unit in shanghai. in an effort to more aggressi aggressively combat this cyber espionage, president obama signed an executive order last week to reduce risk, but the issue of cyber security also raises a host of questions involving cyber liberties. saying it didn't adequately protect individual privacy. critics argue the vague language would allow the government to obtain information without obtaining a warrant. today, the house introduced that very same bill. howard, as a deputy mayor of new york city, the question of keeping the city safe is something you deal with on a daily basis. this is a really interesting and brave new arena that we have sort of yet to really get our minds and arms around in terms of national security. >> well, all of our essential infrastructure in the city, from water, to street lights, to sewage, to elevators, everything you can
the internet in those offices. they can -- the staff can google things, and they can look to see if they're true or not. i just can't imagine any senate staffer looking at that story and, you know, with what that constituent was requesting thinking yes we need to send this on to the administration to have someone really look into this. it's absurd. >> you can't believe anything the republicans are saying on any issue these days. eric burns, great to have you with us tonight. thank you so much. >>> a brand-new radical republican governor makes heartless cuts his first order of business. that is next. >>> president obama is talking about his fix it first plan as a major road falls apart in arizona. i'll show you which republican might need to ask the president for help. "the ed show" congressional committee weighs in. stay with us. we're coming right back. [ female announcer ] you walk into your laundry room and it just hits you! that nasty odor coming from your washer. say farewell to the smell with tide washing machine cleaner. it goes straight to the source of the stink to lift odor-cau
. like googling santorum while your grandma looks over your shoulder stupid. it is stupid and everybody knows it. >> democrats, republicans, business leaders and economists, they have already said that these cuts known here in washington as sequestration are a bad idea. >> if the looming sequester strikes, 70,000 young children would be kicked off headstart. 10,000 teacher jobs will be at risk. >> let me make clear i don't like the sequester. >> i think we should in bipartisan fashion stop sequestration before in the words of the secretary of defense destroys the pentagon. >> everybody hates this thing. but in addition to hating this thing and agreeing that it is a bad idea, it would be very bad for the country and we shouldn't do it, they also all agree that it's the other guy's fault. president obama held a press conference this week in which he said it was the republicans holding the country hostage. meanwhile, republicans have tried to make this a household word, obamaquester. john boehner really wanted to lay the sequester at the feet of the president, the obamaquester, they want y
they -- when he heard about the -- when he heard about the friends of hamas. he didn't go to google to see if this was a terrorist group or any watch list. he went to the white house and said can you confirm this. the white house now has to be the fact checker for this purpose. that's an absurd. >> in the old days somebody might have printed this in a hand newsletter or something like that, but now i think there's this -- if you are a reporter, you're operating in an environment where the readers have seen all this stuff. say like some of the menendez reporting on the right, which may well be true, which they went with when it felt 75%, where i wouldn't have been comfortable with that level of confirmation, but it dent look totally bogus. what do you do? do you ignore it? >> you have a race to the bottom problem. you have a race to the problem -- >> is it the bottom? it's a race to readers seeing inside the reporting process. >> it's friends of hamas. it's the bottom. that's the problem where. >> on alex's point on the new yorker and trying to punch holes in the stories. the good news, if
google or at least pick up the telephone. or at least he should know how to go to the white house website, because if he had he would have seen the president's proposal. it is very detailed. it offers a two-to-one ratio of tax cuts to increases. it is by all measures a compromise. brooks was dragged over coals by other journalists for shoddy work. he wrote "the white house has proposed various constructive changes to spending levels and entitlement programs. these changes are not nearly adequate in my view, but they do exist, and i should have acknowledged the balanced and tough-minded elements in the president's approach." you think? this is what brooks should have written in the first place. but it's hard to blame david brooks alone for spreading these falsehoods, because the problem is much bigger than just one writer in new york. meet pete peterson. peterson is a wall street mogul who has spent an estimated half a billion dollars protecting rich investors at the expense of the 99% of americans. you see, peterson is behind the group fix the debt. the group claims spending is way out of
in the state of the union didn't indicate in his follow up google fireside hang out the administration would break any new ground in executive action. >> the same steps that we took with respect to energy efficiency on cars we can take on building, we can take on appliances. we can make sure that new power plants that are being built are more efficient than the old ones, and we can continue to put research and our support behind clean energy that is going to continue to help us transition away from dirtier fuels. >> then perhaps is the strange culture of washington that used climate as a special interest issue relevant to environmental groups and not every living human on the planet. while there's an obsession over budget projections for 240 they are sanguin that arctic ice has decimated. no one will care in 30 years what the deficit was in 2013. quick pop quiz. what was the deficit in 1953 or 1923 or heck 1883? the correct answer is you don't know because it doesn't matter. what does matter are the molecules in the air much more than numbers on the balance sheet. the apathy on climate chang
let apple stop from being cool. apple lost to slipping to second and google to complete the tech triumvant. >>> i never thought i would be here. >> an emotional serena williams after the win in qatar. the top of the rankings. at 31, she is the oldest to hold tennis' top spot. those are the number ones are weekends with alex witt. anlunesta®(eszopiclone) can help you get there. like it has for so many people before. when taking lunesta, don't drive or operate machinery until you feel fully awake. walking, eating, driving, or engaging in other activities while asleep, without remembering it the next day, have been reported. lunesta should not be taken together with alcohol. abnormal behaviors may include aggressiveness, agitation, hallucinations, or confusion. in depressed patients, worsening of depression, including risk of suicide, may occur. alcohol may increase these risks. allergic reactions such as tongue or throat swelling occur rarely and may be fatal. side effects may include unpleasant taste, headache, dizziness, and morning drowsiness. ask your doctor if lunest
to have a chance to talk with sebastian thrune, who is the engineer at google who is developing a engineless car. california, nevada make it legal to have a car without a driver. if you get to a high-quality driverless car, the degree for example, for elderly people with vision problems, you liberate their lives. the degree to which you reduce the cost of accidents, you take away 90 percent of current accident rates, you just had a revolution in cost and quality for the american system. but thrune is a remarkable figure. he had a class online, 151,000 students sign up worldwide, and the top stanford student was number 441 on the finals, there were that many quality people taking the course. his goal is to reduce tuition by 90%. you can look up udacity and google it. governor jerry brown just picked them to have a joint venture with san jose state. they're capping it at 300 students in phase one. we talk about a america, students optimistic, only 0%. that's the beginning of a positive future. >> newt gingrich, thank you very much. happy president's day. good luck with your live c
, google, eric schmidt, had an enormous impact there. the north koreans loved the idea of an internet, freedom of exchange. and i think this is the new kind of diplomacy that we need around the world. the internet, information. >> what you said was part two of your three-pronged approach there in what you wanted to effect when you got there. were you able to get past government minders and get a view of how the people are living there or get a sense of how the people reacted to these tests? >> well, we did try to get out -- they do try to control you. we had handlers. we stayed at a guesthouse. but we did go into the subway. we did go into an acrobatic show. we did walk around. we went into stores. we went into universities. we did talk to people. so my sense is that kim jong-un does have support from his people for these tests. that was my very short assessment. i wish i'd had more opportunity. we didn't get into the rural areas. but at the same time, alex, we never talked to him. i think it would be very valuable for somebody to get a sense of what his thinking is. he's only 30 year
to see it, but with all the different platforms, in the next two or three years, google and apple will be two huge movie producers, they'll be in the business. when you have the time, it'll be anytime. >> anytime you want. on your couch. >> so can we talk about the project you want to do that harold was talking about before? >> i am -- the guy was not only an extraordinary musician, but what a tortured artist. >> yeah. i mean, i'm tortured talking about it because it's been a lot of years in -- >> we're talking about miles davis, so the viewers -- >> oh. >> it's one of the situations where you're taking a character that is not on the face of it necessarily the most sympathetic, to be sure. >> yeah. >> but no question, he's a master in one -- one of our modern masters and one of the greatest geniuses america has ever produced 37 but it's still a question of trying to wrestle this money from people who can buy into that story and that storytelling. so that's what we've been doing for the past few years is trying to -- i'm going to do what they did and just hijack some diamonds. i go
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